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Cro-Magons??? Dude the Cro-Mags would kick their asses if they heard that name!

I don't think the Hare Krishna movement advocates ass-kicking.
post #362 of 471
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My recent obsession with Lifetime has me listening to Kid Dynamite lately.


KD was a solid band, at least the first album. Hello Bastards might be in my top-10 favorite albums of all time.

One of KD's bassists is now in Title Tracks with John Davis of Q and Not U--they're pretty good, although they don't really fit this thread.



WTF happened to Jay Reatard, btw? Loved his stuff and live show, and the newer singles are good tunes, but how do you go from this



To this?
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I don't think the Hare Krishna movement advocates ass-kicking.

I think Harley would make an exception, in the name of the Bhagavad-Gita of course
post #364 of 471
i'm pretty drunk and listening to 'Alternative Ulster' right now. Fuck it's amazing. Buzzcocks next!
post #365 of 471
I need more bands like Career Suicide. If Cherry Beach is any indication of the direction they're heading towards, I'm going to miss the snotty.
post #366 of 471
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I need more bands like Career Suicide. If Cherry Beach is any indication of the direction they're heading towards, I'm going to miss the snotty.

I'm guessing you know all the 80s stuff like NA and the "this is boston not la" comp. If you havent heard them, Government Warning are a great band from Richmond.
post #367 of 471
Paint it Black are a great band - The Steal From the UK are also good
post #368 of 471
I met The Ramones "back in the day". Joey was really smart and funny. Saw The Replacements and Husker Du in their prime. The Replacements 1981 with 14 year old Tommy Stinson on bass http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unscwO3qWbE http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WQmBatSDJPg http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7elBR...eature=related
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i'm pretty drunk and listening to 'Alternative Ulster' right now. Fuck it's amazing. Buzzcocks next!

Classic stuff.. Always wondered what Bruce Foxton did when they played this or Suspect Device live..
post #370 of 471
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to see the brilliance that was The Blue Hearts

similarly...the Red Hearts from LA, seen them a few times and a really good powerpop-punk band

I just looked up The Blue Hearts...god damn!!

Is there anywhere to order some of their discography?
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post #372 of 471
Negative Approach and Supertouch playing a show in Toronto in a few weeks as a part of the Radio Silence weekend. Shits gonna be gnarly
post #373 of 471
Lots of good shows around here lately. I saw Davila 666 last week and they were really awesome. Super catchy rock and roll from Puerto Rico, en espanol.
post #374 of 471
I enjoy the classic stuff like Sex Pistols, The Ramones, New York Dolls, The Clash and so forth. I also have good memories listening to GG Allin, good tunes and a great contrast to his lyrics.

Going to see The New York Dolls live this evening. Are they still any good? Hopefully it won't be sad and awkward as I find it with most old bands touring these days.
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Going to see The New York Dolls live this evening. Are they still any good? Hopefully it won't be sad and awkward as I find it with most old bands touring these days.

More like David Johansen's New York Dolls Experience. I think he's the only original left.
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